Over a million dollars in annual turnover, six full-time staff, and hundreds of thousands of members – but few students have ever heard of it. Tom Joyner investigates the inscrutable Golden Key.
Andrew Bell and Joanita Wibowo find out why the wrong students are dropping out for the wrong reasons.
SRC Residential Colleges Office Bearer, Justine Landis-Hanley, uncovers the toxic culture at the University of Sydney’s most prestigious, and polemic, living quarters
With the announcement of the federal government’s PaTH internship program for young job seekers, Catherine Bouris looks at how university students are already forced to work for free in order to get ahead, if they can afford it. Art by Matthew Fisher.
When Michael Sun and Siobhan Ryan entered student politics, they were met with nostalgic tales of the “party days”, raucous parties from a generation of the broad left merely a couple of elections older than themselves. They spoke to those who lived them. Illustrations by Ann Ding.
Evelyn Corr’s double life as an Indigenous academic
How a refugee and a lawyer from a student union took the government to the High Court and won.
The University of Sydney is an accredited breastfeeding friendly workplace, with detailed guidelines and support services but only for staff, writes Amelia Birnie.
Liam Donohoe reflects on his bitter-not-so sweet summer as a member of Socialist Alternative.
Some USyd students go on gap years, others are called to national service.
Alexandros Tsathas and Victoria Zerbst spoke to three former conscripts.